Punching machines(42)

Punching is a sheet metal working technique that uses machines called punching machines. With this technique it is possible to imprint marks on the sheet metal through the use of an instrument called “punch”. The punch makes pressure on the workpiece placed on a mould in order to obtain a hole with the desired shape. The punching machine, according to its power, can work sheet metal of different thicknesses. The greater its power, the greater the thickness that can be processed. The operation of the punching machine is very simple and intuitive. Initially, the sheet metal is placed on a mould and stopped by a gripper arm which has the dual task of clamping the sheet metal and at the same time positioning it correctly on the moulds to obtain the desired shapes. The punch placed in the upper part exerts vertical pressure on the sheet metal causing the cut. The vertical pressure of the punch against the sheet metal resting on a lower mould, allows to obtain precise shapes without burrs or deformities in a quick and economical way.

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Used FINN POWER TRS6 SBF3 AM Punching machine

M1903157106
Under Power
Good
FINN POWER
TRS6 SBF3 AM
1996
on request
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Used TRUMPF TRUMATIC 2020R Punching machine

M1903143185
Visible
Good
TRUMPF
TRUMATIC 2020R
2002
on request
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Used FINN POWER SG6 Punching machine

M1903142001
Under Power
Good
FINN POWER
SG6
2003
on request
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Used Euromac XP 950/30 CNC Punching machine

M1903114172
Under Power
Good
Euromac
XP 950/30 CNC
to be verified
on request
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Used TRUMPF Trumatic 500 Punching machine

M1903110040
Visible
Good
TRUMPF
Trumatic 500
1998
on request
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Used Euromac CX 750/30 CNC Punching machine

M1903085394
Under Power
Good
Euromac
CX 750/30 CNC
1997
on request
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Used FINN POWER TP2515I 21 AM Punching machine

M1903077790
Visible
Good
FINN POWER
TP2515I 21 AM
1994
on request
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Used TRUMPF TC 500R Punching machine

M1903064125
Visible
Good
TRUMPF
TC 500R
1998
on request
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Used BOSCHERT Rota 1250 30 TON Punching machine

M1903060647
Visible
Good
BOSCHERT
Rota 1250 30 TON
to be verified
on request
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Used FINN POWER TP6 25SF2/AM Punching machine

M1903025185
Under Power
Good
FINN POWER
TP6 25SF2/AM
1995
on request
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Used IMAC HP1250 Punching machine

M1903024986
Under Power
Good
IMAC
HP1250
2002
on request
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Used Euromac XP 750/25 Punching machine

M1903020742
Under Power
Good
Euromac
XP 750/25
to be verified
on request
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Used FINN POWER E6 12 02 Punching machine

M1902983326
Under Power
Good
FINN POWER
E6 12 02
2008
on request
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Used Euromac XP 950/30 CNC Punching machine

M1902982648
Under Power
Good
Euromac
XP 950/30 CNC
to be verified
on request
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Used RAINER LUX 1220 Punching machine

M1902971071
Under Power
Good
RAINER
LUX 1220
2003
on request
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Used WIEDEMANN MURATEC CENTRUM 2500 Punching machine

M1802862772
Visible
Good
WIEDEMANN MURATEC
CENTRUM 2500
1994
on request
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Used TRUMPF 2020R Punching machine

M1802839521
Visible
Good
TRUMPF
2020R
2002
on request
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Used IMS HY 60 Punching machine

M1802839096
Visible
Excellent
IMS
HY 60
1996
on request
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Used TRUMPF Trumatic 260 Punching machine

M1802837537
Visible
Good
TRUMPF
Trumatic 260
1991
on request
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Used Amada PEGA 244 Punching machine

M1802726087
Visible
Good
Amada
PEGA 244
1991
on request
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Description

Punching is a sheet metal working technique that uses machines called punching machines. With this technique it is possible to imprint marks on the sheet metal through the use of an instrument called “punch”. The punch makes pressure on the workpiece placed on a mould in order to obtain a hole with the desired shape. The punching machine, according to its power, can work sheet metal of different thicknesses. The greater its power, the greater the thickness that can be processed. The operation of the punching machine is very simple and intuitive. Initially, the sheet metal is placed on a mould and stopped by a gripper arm which has the dual task of clamping the sheet metal and at the same time positioning it correctly on the moulds to obtain the desired shapes. The punch placed in the upper part exerts vertical pressure on the sheet metal causing the cut. The vertical pressure of the punch against the sheet metal resting on a lower mould, allows to obtain precise shapes without burrs or deformities in a quick and economical way.